When people think of fear and panic their minds usually jump to a really stressful situation such as a car accident or a major catastrophe. While these are times that these emotions will arise you’d be surprised how often your body goes through this in your daily life and by learning to control it, you will see a major difference in you life be it work, family life and even fitness. As a Special Forces soldier, I was inevitably put in situations where it was life and death but I still had a job to do, I couldn't let fear or panic control me. Today I’m going to share with you techniques that took me years of practical experience to learn, which helped me master my fear and panic responses.
As you might already know, I spent many years as an operative in the military services. For years I have trained in different sports and disciplines; however, the military was undoubtedly my most challenging and ultimately, rewarding experience. While I’ve touched on my work as a mindset specialist, it seems important to really focus on how the military mindset has translated into my goal of creating the most aesthetic physique.
This is also why I've included some of my very best mindset principles in my new program Evennett Warrior Athlete. You cannot build a strong body with a weak mind!!!
One thing that the military accomplishes very effectively is mental conditioning. Our minds are molded in such a way that we fully understand the significance of commitment, of discipline and of mental toughness.